Adjectives: “ing” vs “ed”

Tobin Ayres
Last Update January 20, 2024
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Adjectives: “ing” vs “ed”


Adjectives- ed vs ing SV A2.pdf
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Adjectives- ed vs ing TV A2.pdf
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Adjectives: “ing” vs “ed”

This grammar worksheet focuses on adjectives that end in “ing” vs adjectives that end in “ed” (eg. “surprising” vs “surprised”). The worksheets starts with a grammar explanation and then gradually gives the student more and more freedom to use the language creatively. This is also a great worksheet to help students expand their vocabulary, as many of the adjectives will be new and useful to A2-B1 level students.

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